Robert Schulz

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For the political activist, see Robert L. Schulz.
For the fashion designer, see Bob Schulz (fashion designer).

Robert "Bob" Schulz (born July 1, 1938) is an American jazz and Dixieland jazz cornetist.[1] Schulz was born in Wonewoc, Wisconsin and attended the University of Wisconsin–La Crosse. He was a band director for 17 years. Then, in 1979, he joined the Turk Murphy Jazz Band of San Francisco.[2] He would stay with them for eight years, until Murphy's death. He went on to lead the Bob Schulz's Frisco Jazz Band, and has put out 6 studio albums (the later four being under the band name of Bob Schultz and his Frisco Jazz Band), 1 live album, and 1 compilation (also as Bob Schulz and his Frisco Jazz Band). Additionally, he has released recordings as Bob Schulz & His Chicago Rhythm Kings, Bob Hirsch & Bob Schulz and The Midcoast Reunion Jazz Band, and Bob Schulz & The Riverboat Ramblers.[3]


  1. ^ Riverwalk Jazz (August 7, 2008). "Jazz Notes: California Jammin’"
  2. ^ Clute, Pete; Goggin, Jim; Clute, Cedric E.; and Helm, Bob (2004). Meet Me at McGoon's. Trafford Publishing, p. 161 and passim. ISBN 1-4120-2773-X
  3. ^ Bob Schulz discography on AllMusic

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